Minimum Wage Law in Austria, France, Germany, Italy
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Source: German Customs
On January 1, 2017, the customs administration’s Minimum Wage Registration Website went on-line. If you are an employer or a supplier of labour you shall use this portal to notify customs of your workers deployed in Germany in accordance with the German Minimum Wage Act, the German Posted Workers Act, and/or the German Act on the Provision of Temporary Workers. Please inform yourself at www.zoll.de. if you are not sure whether you are under an obligation to submit this notification pursuant to Article 1, paragraphs 1 and 2, of the German Ordinance on Minimum Wage Reporting Obligations.
To get access to the Minimum Wage Registration Website you need to go through a one-time registration process in order to create your user account. Registration is not necessary if you only wish to download the “Supplier’s Assurance” form.
The submission of notifications by fax to the known fax numbers will only be possible within a transitional period until 30 June 2017.
Following successful transmission of your registration details, the Minimum Wage Registration Website will send you an acknowledgement of receipt which you may print for future reference. It is meant for your files only and need NOT be sent to customs by fax.
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Not necessary in transit. Only in case of collection or delivery in the country.
The new regulation is designed solely to lay down formalities in case of posting of workers in the transport sector. It doesn’t alter the relevant rules, as set out in directive 96/71/EC.
These adaptations shall enter into force on July 1st, 2016. They shall apply in particular to cabotage and international transport to and from France (if conditions are met) but not to transit. French minimum wage only applies if higher.
YOU ARE A ROAD HAULIER…
Then, you need to:
– name a representative in France
– create an account on the ministry of labour (SIPSI) and manage your certificates online since the 1st of January
– have a certificate and the copy of the employment contract
– pay your drivers the French minimum wage of €9.76
Starting from the 1st of April 2017, drivers working in France must also carry with them the A1 form. This document aims at proving the affiliation of your driver to your National Social Security Service.This form is issued by the National Social Security Service of your company’s country and the request can be done online.
So you need a French representative who officially keeps contact with the French competent authority.
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